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WCHP Students Use Horses to Help People Overcome Illnesses

Throughout the months of March and April, the RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders (RCC) on Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus partnered with Faith Equestrian Therapeutic Center to provide speech therapy to individuals with challenging illnesses using a combination of speech and animal-assisted therapy. Graduate communication sciences and disorders students had an opportunity to gain hands-on […]

CSDS Student Receives Eagle Excellence Award

Lauren Johnson, a graduate student in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDS) program, received the Graduate Student Leadership and Service Award during Georgia Southern University’s annual Eagle Excellence Awards. Johnson’s award recognizes graduate students who have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of leadership and involvement in student life. The Eagle Excellence Awards annually recognize […]

PT Day at the Capitol

This past February, 23 students from Georgia Southern University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2024 had an opportunity to join other physical therapy students across Georgia for PT Day at the Capitol. This one-day event allows individuals to participate in activities at the state capitol demonstrating the physical therapy profession’s strong presence in Georgia […]

RiteCare Center asks Georgia Southern community to lend their voice to help others find theirs

Georgia Southern University’s RiteCare Center for Communications Disorders is asking students, faculty and staff to lend their voice in an effort to help those who struggle with speech to improve their communication.  The RiteCare Center’s third annual Voice Drive is happening now through May. Individuals are encouraged to collect voice recordings to submit to a […]

Savannah Scottish Rite contributes to the RiteCare Center

The Scottish Rite of Savannah recently donated more than $7,000 to Georgia Southern University’s RiteCare Center (RCC) for Communication Disorders. Scottish Rite of Savannah Chairman Jim Arnold presented a check to staff and students at the RCC this past October. The money provided offers the graduate student clinicians access to new therapeutic and diagnostic materials. […]